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Margun, Morgain, Morgaine, Morgan, Morgen, Morghen, Morgin

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/=Has bookmarks, chg Marks recent changes
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chg • DERN, Bruce MacLeish [*1936-?] – American film actor, NSFC Award MORG2002 27C0
  • Daughter: ¤DERN, Laura [*1967-?] American film actress, Golden Globe Award
  • Wife: ¤LADD, Diane [*1932-?] American film actress, Golden Globe Award
  • Great uncle (GU): ¤MacLEISH, Archibald [1892-1982] American poet, Presidential Medal of Freedom
chg • DERN, Laura [*1967-?] – American film actress, Golden Globe Award MORG2007 27C1
  • Mother: ¤LADD, Diane [*1932-?] American film actress, Golden Globe Award
  • Father: ¤DERN, Bruce MacLeish [*1936-?] American film actor, NSFC Award
  • GGU: ¤MacLEISH, Archibald [1892-1982] American poet, Presidential Medal of Freedom
chg ◊ LADD, Diane [*1932-?] – American film actress, Golden Globe Award MORG2003 27C0
  • Husband: ¤DERN, Bruce MacLeish [*1936-?] American film actor, NSFC Award
  • Daughter: ¤DERN, Laura [*1967-?] American film actress, Golden Globe Award
chg/ • MacLEISH, Archibald [1892-1982] – American poet, Presidential Medal of Freedom MORG1996 23C0
chg/ • MORGAN, Anne Tracy [1873-1952] – American philanthropist MORG1701 7C4
chg • MORGAN, James [1734-1784] – American army officer ::> Military leaders ::> MORG1021 2C8
chg/ • MORGAN, John Hunt [1825-1864] – American soldier, Brig. General MORG2031 22C1
chg/ • MORGAN, John Pierpont [1837-1913] – American banker and financier MORG1665 6C5
chg • MORGAN, John Pierpont, jr. [1867-1943] – American banker and financier MORG1696 7C4
Son of ¤John Pierpont Morgan [1837-1913]. He succeeded on his father's death as head of J.P. Morgan & Company. He was notable for financing the Allies' requirements for credits in the U.S. during World War I and was widely known as a philanthropist and art patron. NCCN
chg • MORGAN, Junius Spencer [1813-1890] – American banker and financier MORG1666 5C6
chg • MORGAN, Lewis Henry [1818-1881] – American ethnologist, anthropologist MORG1741 2S3
chg • MORGAN, Thomas Hunt [1866-1945] – American geneticist, Nobel Prize MORG2050 23C0
He was the first scientist to use the fruit fly (Drosophila) on a large scale in studying heredity and genetics.

 

Candidates Work List

This is my working list of candidates to include -- I'm not yet sure if they are related to me! As candidates are eliminated (proven not related) they are marked appropriately (THUS) and an explanation included. They are kept in the list in case future research proves they can be included. (And to keep them from popping up on the list again!) Never discard good research!

Proven candidates' names are marked with an asterisk (*) until they can be added to the database.

MORGAN, Charles Langbridge [1894-1958]
English novelist
MORGAN, Conwy Lloyd [1852-1936]
English zoologist and psychologist
MORGAN, Daniel [1736-1802]
American Revolutionary soldier
MORGAN, John [1735-89]
American physician
MORGAN, Lady Sidney (née Owenson) [1776-1859]
Irish woman of letters
MORGAN, Sir Henry [1635-88]
British buccaneer
MORGAN, William [1774?-?1826]
American Freemason and kidnap victim
MORGAN, William [~1545-1604]
Welsh prelate, translated Bible to Welsh

Wikipedia Article

This article may name additional candidates: morgan (surname)

 

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